Mo. program sends more new physicians to rural areas

07/24/2014 | KOLR-TV/KOZL-TV (Springfield, Mo.)

Almost 50% of medical students in the University of Missouri's Rural Doctor Program go on to practice in rural areas. Associate Dean Kathleen Quinn said telehealth technology allows rural physicians to practice family medicine and give back to their local communities, knowing they have access to specialists when they need them.

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